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with a job poaching trip. this time by the governor of iowa. >> reporter: the governor plans to visit california companies that already do business in iowa and urge them to relocate or expand to his state. >> it's a happy hunting ground. they're raising taxes and it's like illinois, you know. there's great opportunities out there. california's got to sign out basically saying like we used to say in the army. if it doesn't move, paint it. and their plan is if it doesn't move, tax it. >> reporter: the republican was asked how he would feel if the democratic governor tried to lure businesses out of iowa. >> he's welcomed to come any time he wants to. the last time i saw him in iowa, he came here in december to the farm bureau convention without a coat. most people said this guy, he doesn't have a clue. he was running for president of the united states at that time. this is moon bean jerry brown, you know? [ laughter ] >> reporter: just last week the republican governor rick perry bought radio ads visiting california hoping to lure companies to texas. a campaign they dismissed. as for the
for the u.s. senate. in the great state of iowa, tom harkin has announce head is retiring at the end of this term, which means his seat will be up for grabs in 2014. and the really interesting thing is the polling on this race. when you poll just iowa republicans, just likely republican midterm voters, they want this guy. they want tea party birther guy steve king. steve king polls way ahead of his next closest primary challenger. the more moderate republican congressman tom latham. steve king ahead by 17 points in that republican primary matchup when you look at the polls. of course, when you put steve king up against the likely winner of the democratic primary, and you actually poll the whole state, all likely midterm voters in iowa, steve king, the tea party birther king guy loses to democratic congressman bruce braley. but just counter factual here, let's say the wacky tea party guy, the birther steve king guy didn't run off with the primary, look what happens when you poll statewide among likely voters and ask them to choose between the not steve king guy and the democrat, actua
is working to lure business out of california. iowa governor will meet with businesses that have a presence in iowa. the iowa governor didn't say which part of california he plans to visit. last week texas governor rick perry made a similar trip to california. he met with a lot of business leaders during his visit but there was no indication he convinced any of them to relocate to texas. >>> in 7 minutes, how soon you could see rain and a big temperature drop. >> first, a popular distiller back tracks, why the back lash might be good for business. >> i am done. only one i have. >> after the break a high-speed chase take as deadly turn -- takes a deadly turn. a driver tried to take down a police officer. >>> a high speed police chase in san jose ended with a deadly crash. police say it started when a man was driving a stolen suv. he attempted to hit an officer making a traffic stop. police say that triggered a chase with speeds up to 100 miles per hour. the suv crashed in south san jose. police say the driver died, two girls inside the suv were not injured. >>> continuing coverage now, gas p
? >>> in sports first to college basketball number six kansas against iowa state. with the score tied the cyclones missed the last minute of regulations sending them into overtime. jayhawks poured it on over iowa state. >>> number 12 syracuse facing number 22 marquette, running down clock todd mayo hits a three-pointer and marquette wins their 24th straight game although home, upsetting the orange 74-71. >>> new england patriots quarterback tom brady agreed to a contract extension that pays him only $9 million per season. less than half the $20 million per season that top nfl quarterbacks are making now. brady and his wife, supermodel gisele bundchen may have to cut back on a few luxuries, but the deal clears $15 million from new england's salary cap to sign new players. >>> at the nfl scouting combine, linebacker manti te'o was slow in the 40-yard dash. the subpar workout comes more than a month after his highly publicized online romance with a girl that was exposed as a hoax. and it could affect where he's taken in the nfl draft. >>> also at the combine, a south miss linebacker jamie collins mak
. >>> let's turn to sports. the game of the night. kansas against iowa state picking up in the final seconds of the game. a chance to put iowa state up by three. missed. now, kansas needs a two to tie it. alie jeh johnson was standing his ground, right? they call him for the foul. he can't believe it. look at his feet. he wasn't moving. the end of the game, in the paint, near the line. it gave kansas another chance to hit the foul shot. overtime, they pull away. 108 to 96 avoiding the upset at iowa state. well now to the nfl. another reason to dislike tom brady. that's not what it says. giving the patriots a hometown discount. he agreed to a three-year, $27 million contract extension to keep him in new england through the 2017 season. by the end of that, he'll be 40. it's good news for the pats. the new contract will free up $15 million in cap space over the next two seasons so they can get better. we move now from an established nfl star to a college star not helping the drafts status. manti te'o with a standout performance in indianapolis. instead, he ran the 40 in 4.82 seconds. that place
against unranked iowa state. with the score tie the cyclones missed the last minute of regulation sending them intoover time. jayhawks poured it on over iowa state. >>> number 12 syracuse facing number 22 marquette, running down todd mayo with a three-pointer. marquette wins the 24th straight game at home upsetting the orange 74-71. >>> new england patriots quarterback tom brady agreed to a contract attention that pace him only $9 million per season. that's less than half the $20 million that top quarterbacks are making. brady and his wife supermodel gisele bundchen may have to cut back on a few luxuries but the deal cleared $420 million from the deal's salary cap. >>> linebacker manti te'o was slow on the 40-yard dash. the subpar workout coming less than a month as te'o's relationship with a girl friend was exposed as a hoax. >>> also at the combine, a south miss linebacker jamie collins make the the longest broad jump of 11-feat 7 inches barkevious mingo had the best at 37 inches. payton may need help with binoculars using them backwards. >>> an a controversial photo has gone viral. it
teenagers. got married in iowa and bought a small farm in south dakota, where my father was born three years later right in the farmhouse there. on that firm where they had bought. dad was bought born -- was born profoundly deaf. i had to laugh when i was with him at a doctor's appointment and the nurse tried to take his temperature was one of those birkenau the monitors. of course, that had no -- ear canal the monitors. of course, he had no ear canal. back in those days, it was still farming with horses. what was going up, dad would tell me how they would get up in the morning and they were still using oil lamps when he was young girl. they would get up in the morning when it was still dark and my grandfather would milking cows for milk for the household. my uncle howard would harness the horses and get them ready for the field work and that would feed the cattle and the halt and they would come back in for breakfast. that was the beginning of their firm base. dad talked about in those -- that was the beginning of their farm days. they would harness the horses through a wagon and go to turn
maker of more than snow. the energy is up in iowa. the moisture is reaching into kentucky and tennessee right that is all rain. the snow is in the upper peninsula of michigan and minnesota. we may get some ice when it starts tonight. we will talk more about the details on the storms in the coming week in a minute. >> another disruption for service at bwi marshall. an airport shuttle was involved in an accident. we're told the driver and two passengers were on the bus around 6:30 this morning when it got stuck on the track. the driver was trapped for 30 minutes and had to be taken to baltimore-washington medical center along with a passenger. both suffered non-life- threatening injuries. the tracks were also damaged. fire crews in baltimore county are investigating a house fire. firefighters responded to providence road. crews encountered heavy fire on the second floor. firefighters were able to bring it under control in an hour. we're told seven family members were inside but luckily no one was hurt. a 14-year-old montgomery county boy is being held without bond in the murder of his inf
with more. >> the governor plans to visit california companies that already do business in iowa and usual them to relocate or expand to his state. >> they are raising taxes like illinois. california base country has a sign out that base country says, like we say in the army, if it doesn't move, paint it. their plan is if it didn't move, tax it. >> we asked how he would feel if the california democratic governor tried luring business to iowa. >> he is welcome to come any tame he wants to. last time saw him here he came here in december to the farm bureau convention and most people said this guy, he doesn't have a clue. he was running for president of the united states at that time. this is jerry brown, you know. >> just last week republican governor perry bought radio ads and visited california hoping to lure companies to texas. a campaign governor jerry brown dismissed. as for the iowa governor's visit, brown spokesman said they were expecting up to 10 inches of snow in iowa on thursday. if i was their governor i'd plan a trip to california t
. >>> pomp and circumstance as the uss iowa turns 70. during world war iowa, the iowa carried president teddy roosevelt. today an fdr impersonator joined the festivities. in 2011 the iowa was moved from vallejo to the port of los angeles and now served as a museum. >>> a race to promote health in san francisco. how this race shined a spot light on a problem that is up and not discussed in one community. >>> a cold storm is moving in. meteorologist mark tamayo is next with how much rain we can expect. >>> be sure to stay right here nor a second >>> well we are wrapping up a very nice weekend with mild temperatures. we did cool off a little bit today and that trend will continue over the next few days. as far as those readings right now. under mostly clear skies, temperatures are dropping off most areas back down into the 40s at this hour down toward napa, 42 degrees. san francisco 49, and san jose in the upper 70s at 48. we do have a big batch of high clouds and those clouds will be moving into the region as we do head into your monday and those clouds will eventually produce some rain s
at most of our campaign events. how can it be that the state of iowa can do this? people from iowa are very open- minded. if you are a hardworking political leader and you do not take extreme positions, you have to get respected from your view. >> guns, immigration, federal debt/deficit, which of those three issues will be paramount in that senate campaign? >> unless the economy improves, it will be the economy. if it is beyond the economy, i think health care might be an issue. whatever democrat runs probably voted for it. whatever republican runs did not vote for it. i do not think guns will be a big issue unless there is a lot of administrative action taken by this president that is going to turn gun owners off. then the president could raise it to a big campaign issue. i do not think any action by congress will raise it to a big campaign issue. >> i wanted to ask the questions about immigration reform. a group of eight senators are trying to draft legislation and take the lead on this issue. were you asked to be in the group? >> i was not. i suppose i could have volunteered. as
and targeting judges. that is a huge problem. look at what happened in iowa. you had a supreme -- you know about the judges that got removed? we do not know about that? ok, let me talk about that for a second year of two supreme court justices were removed by the voters because they voted in a unanimous opinion based on the iowa constitution and the united states constitution on any issue involving gay rights. an anonymous political action committee comes in and takes one sentence out of an opinion of these judges who have been on the bench for years and years and years and defeats them, removes them at the polls and actually suggests that this is -- this was in the words of the organizer -- that this is a wake-up call to the judiciary. actually, it should be a wake-up call to all americans that we have a serious problem. we should not allow anonymous pac's to come into states ended the judges based on one sentence is opinion. they are going to have one, let them registered and let them decide -- let the people decide whether or not those judges acted in a way that was consistent with the consti
in the mountains. the cold air is in place around kansas city, up through areas of nebraska, iowa and missouri. that's where the storm itself is locked in. you can spinning through southern california. that is going to exit out through the plains. we already have a big area of rain developing in north texas and southern oklahoma. eventually, as this storm kicks out we will be watching a lot of snow developing. we already have winter storm warnings much of kansas and nebraska. these are all winter storm watches that will go over as either warnings or advisories in the days ahead. our computers, one of the more reliable computers is pinpointed snow from oklahoma northward to nebraska. 6 to 12 inches in a large area, including, kansas city, wichita and topeka area. that's the travel for tonight and tomorrow. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today, we are watching that storm developing. as far as areas like kansas city go, looks like we've slowed the timing down just slightly on the storm. the worst of it will be later on tonight and th
recibe lluvias. y tenemos esta zona de nieve. los peores lugares nebraska, iowa, y hasta las inmediaciaciones de chicago, pero esta tormenta se debe mover al nordeste. aquÍ tenemos algunos valores que pudieran estar hasta dos pies, nebraska, iowa, estos sectores con peores acumulados, y afecta boston, nueva york, si vive en el nordeste estÉ preparado, porque toda la zona tendrÁ otra tormenta invernal. >>> gracias. y sindicalistas y empresarios dan un paso firme en busca de una reforma. y marta heredia vuelve a las noticias, pero no por su actuaciÓn. ♪ >>> la reforma migratoria tiene nuevos aliados de peso, llegaron a un acuerdo para apoyar una reforma migratoria. lourdes nos dice cuÁles son y quÉ importancia tiene el acuerdo anunciado. >>> la cÁmara de comercio de estados unidos y la federaciÓn de sindicatos llegaron a un histÓrico acuerdo de principios que regulen el flujo de trabajadores extranjeros. representa un avance clave dice que quiÉn negocio. >>> sÍ, porque si podemos llegar a un acuerdo los congresistas. >>> el presidente de la cÁmara de comercio y de
it was pouring snow there. at one point a 200-mile stretch of interstate 70 was shut down. >>> iowa is one of at least 15 states under a winter storm warning or watch this morning. heavy blinding snow fell there overnight and is not expected to end until this afternoon. >>> the heavy snow and freezing rain made for slick roads everywhere. in illinois a minivan slid right through an intersection and hit a light pole. residents are being urged to stay home. cbs news weather consultant david bernard has the latest on the blockbuster storm. >> our winter storm in the midwest is finally beginning to wind down. this is how much snow we're expecting the remainder of the day, generally 3 to 6 inches possible especially across portions of iowa, wisconsin. chicago, we're looking at 3 to 5 inches of snow by this evening, but not anything where we saw yesterday where we were measuring the snow well over a foot. now the second form for the weekend is developing over the southeast. thunderstorms possible in north florida this afternoon. we just don't know how low that coastal low
. >> there was a bus that was jackknifed. >> northern arkansas, iowa, and illinois are next in line for the blizzard that already buried the texas panhandle, oklahoma, kansas, and missouri. this storm is the second in a week and forecasters say the snow is heavy with moisture making it more difficult to clear. at least eight snowplows in missouri wound up in ditches. this dash cam caught thunder and lightning in kansas city. officials blame the storm for three deaths. over 100,000 homes and businesses are without electricity and many roads and schools are closed. few flights are getting out of airports in the region. chicago's o'hare has canceled more than 150 flights ahead of the storm. it's expected to dump up to half a foot there. residents of oklahoma and the texas panhandle are now digging out. 19 inches of snow buried amarillo, texas, its third largest snowstorm on record. the mountains outside denver got over 2 feet. but there is a bright side. every 10 inches of snow equal one inch of rain and this drought stricken region desperately needs water. randall pinkston, cbs news, new york. >> the
the 2012 election campaign whether it was the carpet bombing of newt gingrich and the iowa airwaves or romney's 47% comments i think cost him the election. or the debate that didn't cost president obama the election. our own chuck todd got the inside scoop from campaign operatives of both sides who shared the uh-oh moments. they had a different word for it. let's start with the republican primaries. top romney advisers described the points at which they thought uh-oh. here it is. >> the oh s moment for my was south carolina. it put newt in the drivers seat for a period of time and forced us to go into florida. >> there were some big states that cost a lot of money to put up on tv. there were moments in the campaign where we took our bank down close to zero. >> the night that we lost denver or colorado, minnesota, and missouri. because it was just totally oh s. another month of this really? >> losing michigan would not have been a positive experience. we went into an expensive state. and it was a state that had a lot of symbolic ghosts. and it was really hand to hand. >> here we are
. terry branstad the iowa republican governor is visiting the golden state today and tomorrow trying to get local companies to move to his home state of iowa. >> he's welcome to come anytime he wants to. [ laughter ] >> last time i saw him in iowa, he came here in december to the farm bureau convention without a coat. and most people said, this guy he doesn't have a clue. he was running for president of the united states at that time. this is moonbeam jerry brown, you know. [ laughter ] >> good luck when he gets here. just last week texas governor rick perry came to california to recruit businesses to his state. california business owners have recently complained that taxes are too high and there's too much government and red tape in california. >>> a fee that pays for fire prevention services in california's rural areas is under fire again. the state started collecting the fee from rural property owners last year. now governor brown wants to expand it and opponents are trying to kill it. one concern is that money has been funneled from wildfire
-nrt, for example. now we don't offer that anymore. but it doesn't have to be. it could be the iowa test of basic skills. some of these tests are okay -- well, it's a question now, so i'll have to go into jargon again. some of these tests are more sumtive, they're evaluating a set of skills that have already been attained. others like the iowa test of basic skills are more informative. that is, they're intending to tell people more about where to focus. the iowa test is add administered in the fall. it's hard to make those apples to apples comparisons. i've been forced to try my hardst to make those types of comparisons, but it's very difficult, and it's not uniform. so i would encourage them. now, i will say that commissioner bennett's ideas are not too dissimilar to what the people in the department of and education the scholarship funding organization step up for students that administers the scholarship have been pushing towards. so i know people in the school choice office in the department of education have for years been thinking exactly in this direction. and the scholarship funding organ
will show you a wonkish economist thing here. i looked at preseason moisture in iowa. i looked at projected yields in iowa, trend yields relative to what we just saw later that year. there is very little direct correlation. some of the yields on that part of the graph are years you remember. 1998 was a low subsoil year. last year was down a little bit. you also see years we have low subsoil levels. we had record, far above trend. the last thing i want is a clip saying "no relationship between drought and yields." obviously, there is a relationship. it is just to say we will be following this carefully. at least at this point in time, there is no reason to think we will not be looking at normal yields. again, the proof will be obviously, as we look into spring. as we all know, for corn, the critical month is july, as it always is, in terms of precipitation and temperature. from 2006 through 2012, we saw corn used for ethanol increase by almost 700 million bushels annually. it topped bushels in corn use for 2010, 2011, 2012. what this chart shows our weekly ethanol production numbers from ene
they move the first battleground out of iowa they're going to have a real problem getting to the middle pause iowa produces the christian conservative almost always wins the caucus in iowa and then they come into new hampshire with some momentum. >> because of what you said, open primary. even independents involved so you have the different aspect of the party having a fight and of course back to your conservatives in south carolina. >> you need to open up the primaries and the caucuses but a caucus is basically all about organization. you can say everybody come in but the only people who are going to come in are the people who invited in, walked in, given a ride and taken to the polls and that's going to be on the conservative side a process that favors the most conservative candidate. >> going back to my question to susan, is it better for the party to have this fight publicly? now even if it makes things worse short term in. >> probably better to have it now as opposed to a year from now. the further away you are from the election the better. the problem is the factions in the republ
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. jessica? >> okay, thank you, scott. first, there was texas governor rick perry. now iowa governor terry bran stead calls golden state a happy hunting ground. he wants west coast businesses to consider setting up shop in iowa. he will spend a week in california but he won't say what businesses he'll be courting. he says iowa's efforts to reduce commercial taxes should make the state attractive. just last week governor perry visited the bay area to meet entrepreneurs and some business areas. >>> up next how far is too far? it's a hot topic. should a legend be suspended for shoving one of his star players? >>> and a fiery swan song goes out in a blaze of glory. >>> and filling up and draining your wallet. gas prices continue to rise. what's behind the rise and the drastic changes some drivers might be making? >>> we have some breaking news in so mona county. the manhunt is apparently over. authorities have just announced they've arrested a colorado man in connection with a triple homicide. 46-year-old mark capello was taken into custody last thursday in alabama. investigators believe a pot
to win in places like that. but they're actually having bigger problems in places like iowa, which i would consider a toss-up, or places like alaska where in that senate race it looks like joe miller is going to run again. and you have -- he is going to go up against a senator, senator begich, who is very popular, and he is already behind in the polls that have come out. so they're having problems all over the place, even in states where they arguably should be very competitive, if not leading. >> they should be doing better in iowa. republicans were pretty excited about iowa, senator tom harkin leaving. but polls show the leading republican congressman steve king gets beat by any likely democrat. this a surprise? what do you think? >> it's a surprise in terms of iowa, having done some work there, it's a rural state. it's not the northeast of the united states. it's not massachusetts. but they're also very progressive, and they're also a good judge of character. they kind of see through the game, if you will. and i think the state has changed over the last four or so years. it's kind
trae lluvias y nieve después de la pausa. / >> los casos de siflis se han disparado un 420% en iowa. la mayoría de los casos son de hombres entre 20 y 55 años homosexuales o bi sexuales. >> una niña de 8 años de edad dio a luz a un bebé en méxico >> el padre podría ser un niño de 17 años. >> en el pronóstico del tiempo >> vamos a hablar de las temperaturas que no alcanzan los 60a >> llega el sistema en pantalla como línea de nubosidad >> traeria lluvias y nieve en zonas altas sobre las 7 pulgadas >> llega este sistema con lluvias para mañana >> cerca el sistema. >> mañana paraguias y cuidado con las autopistas >> las máximas son de 53 >> fin de semana con aire seco y cielo sin nubosidad >> promedio de 55 >> en san josé lluvia jueves y viernes. >> detalles a las 11 >> regresamos / et >> ya está listo el partido de méxico frente a jamaica >> en acción deportiva le compartiremos la previa de méxico conytra jamaica en el estadio aztecac >> (información en pantalla)
of rape or incest and perhaps the most extreme out of touch bunch in america you'll find in iowa, where republicans have introduced a bill there that would define abortion as murder. as the "ames tribune" newspaper reports and says, those charged with murder under the bill would include a mother who takes abortion-inducing drugs or a doctor who performs an abortion. it also grants no exceptions for rape, insist, or to protect the life of the mother. so here we go again. i'm joined tonight by terry o'neil, president of the national organization for women. also with us tonight is nancy northon, who is the president for the center for reproductive rights. and actress martha plimpton joins us this evening. martha joins us from the set of her tv series "raising hope," which airs tuesdays on fox. great to have all of you with us tonight. terry, isn't this just more evidence, i mean, the republican party's been talking about rebranding and here we are back at square one, they're back after the same old wars? what about it? >> you know, ed, i think what they don't understand is that they need t
power plants. iowa republican senator chuck grassley is not pleased with all this action and has countered with a defense of inaction. quote, "it is a very dangerous road he's going down contrary to the spirit of the constitution. just because congress doesn't act doesn't mean the president has a right to act." eugene, it is hard for me to read that without -- i know. >> genius. >> what is he thinking? >> i'm not doing it, and you can't do it either. >> nobody should do anything any time ever. >> exactly. >> but is that the new republican prescription for what ails us? >> i guess. i guess. i mean, keep it in perspective. the -- a lot of the things a president can do. his action is limited in a lot of these spheres. for example, in giving benefits to same-sex partners. there's a defense of marriage act, and that's -- so that's congress's domain. they get to say what is and what isn't, but the president does have some latitude, and, look, every congress complains about every president overreaching and being a dictator. >> maybe it seems like he is overreaching, jared, because they'
are talking past each other. if you're iowa governor branstatistic, you're sitting in a place where your own constituents, your own republican voters, will support a steve king candidate, and therefore you want to be in a position of -- >> it's more than that. >> cancel out. >> i'm sorry to jump in. but, john, it's a lot more than just mechanics and who is a good candidate. it's about ideology, positioning. mr. aiken was somebody who believed there are examples of legitimate rape, something paul ryan, a vp candidate for the united states embraced at one time. these are ideological issues. the republican party really has shifted so far to the right that somebody like karl rove, who is used to winning national elections, sees the writing on the wall. if the republican party doesn't change, they'll be a minority party pretty much forever. >> it's one thing to look down the line and try to pick winners and losers. and one thing we've got from congressman tom price who gave a response to this at the national review breakfast saying, quote, we have lost seats we should not have lost because of a f
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